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November 17, 1995 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-17

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Holy Moses! Can you identify the hippie with the robe and tablets? And who's the
Bedouin he/she is sitting next to at this Royal Oak costume gala? Call (810) 354-
6060, Ext. 263. (The lucky guesser's name will appear in this column two weeks
from today.)

year at Millers Artist Supply in Phillips, Celia Block, Davya
Cohen, Ilona, Karen Katan-
Ferndale.
ick ... phew. And this wasn't even
owner
of
the
Shirt
Ron Elkus,
Box in Southfield, donated 40 an exclusive Yid fest.
shirts. Local artists spruced up
the shirts in sometimes-unwear- Runs In The Family
Isak, Tamara, 23, and
able fashion. A live auction, led
Biniashvili are im-
David,
by Bill Schwedler, was accom- migrants 26,
from
Russia who have
panied by a silent auction. Ad-
sculpted, carved and painted a
mission was $5. -
More than 375 people helped future for themselves in Oak
raise $14,000 for Gilda's Club, a Park. The family of artists has
support and information group transformed rooms of its small
for cancer patients and their abode into a studio with intricate
candle holders, wall plaques,
loved ones.
"The purposes are to make planters, bird baths, fountains
people aware of certain charities, and custom-designed tables. All
to encourage the arts and to for sale.
Their "Rosh Company" cre-
have a fun afternoon of fund
raising that's afford-
able," Mr. Elkus says.
He contends the
wackiest, perhaps
least conventional
shirt was embellished
Rod .
by artist
Hoover, who put
it into a black box
frame to make a
statement against do-
mestic abuse.
Celebrity models
Julie
included:
Yolles (yes, your
woman of communi-
ty theater and Jewish
News arts and en-
tertainment section
Marilyn
fame),
For Isak, Tamara and David Biniashvili,
Turner, Oakland County Com- art is a way of family life.
missioner Gilda Jacobs, writer
Neal Rubin, Gilda's Club co- ations have already been fea-
tured in area furniture stores,
founder Marcia Gershenson
with her son, Drew, and Craig and their home has become a
museum of original beauties.
Nabat.
Food was donated by Dad designs. Daughter offers the
Annabel's, Elwin's Scones, finishing touches. Son builds
Gourmet Bakery, Lavender molds and acts as salesman. The
Moon, Morels, Olga's, Pronto and Biniashvilis, who also make Ju-
Rafal Spice Company. Star Trax daica, say their profession builds
provided musical entertainment. among them a common sense of
The highest-priced shirt went purpose and family unity. They
for $340. Jewish artists included: invite community members to
Patty Tapper, Link (interest- visit their showroom. Call (810)
ing name) Wachler, Joan 547-8687.0
Schwartz, Joe Rosen, Michael

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